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Best main course for Thanksgiving ?

  • Turkey

    Votes: 13 52.0%
  • Ham

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Ham & Turkey

    Votes: 7 28.0%
  • Other

    Votes: 1 4.0%
  • All the above

    Votes: 2 8.0%
  • None of the above

    Votes: 2 8.0%

November poll question:

1254 Views 15 Replies 11 Participants Last post by  Whitelight
I figure I better get the November poll done before its December! I usually have a topic that comes from conversations I read on the site but this one comes from a nagging issue I have with parts and labor and even more remanufactured parts. I’m sure most of our members have faced this at one time or another, having to find a good replacement part or rebuilding the parts you have. We all know there are supply and labor issue’s and maybe that’s the simple answer, the question is how we can work as a group to help one another to find the best parts supplier or the best rebuilders. Like a lot of us I have done most of my own work but as I get older it’s getting harder so I have to rely on more people. This topic came to a head with a rebuilt carb that I had done (no not Mountain Man, don’t ask) and now on my 3rd rebuild, I’m also looking into rebuilding my 200R4 and dreading it. That being said I know people have different levels of satisfaction with parts and level of services. Just for instants I have never had an issues with Summit, I have used them for over 40 years but I have heard and read complaints about them. Maybe having a tab on the site for just a topic like this, like the BS Topic tab would be helpful? Ok so as for the November Poll question “what’s the best main course for Thanksgiving”! As always thanks for voting in the poll and for all your responses and Happy Turkey Day!
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Smoked brisket is a popular option around here. I'm always ready for some good brisket.
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